Family time is always an interesting time. The bigger the group, the more interesting. Little ones certainly add a level of craziness as well. With 15 in all, we definitely experienced our share of craziness on this trip, but at the end of the day, I wouldn’t change a thing. Continue reading family time in hawaii
During our week with family in Kona, we toured the Hula Daddy Kona Coffee plantation. The whole crew came along, and even the little ones enjoyed it (I think).
Despite having been a coffee lover for years, I was surprised at how much I didn’t know about coffee and its origin. Also, the tour and coffee samples were free! Continue reading kona coffee plantation
During our stay in Kona, I went scuba diving with my brother-in-law, Micah. The list of wildlife we encountered in one form or another in a matter of a few hours was ridiculous. I think we both left the pier on cloud 9. Continue reading kona scuba diving
Not that Colorado is all that cold in general (coming from a North Dakotan), but the winters do still get cold. So, getting off the plane in Kona, Hawaii and feeling that glorious island air did something warming to my soul (and my body). Continue reading warm island breeze